Tiny little monsters who might do your bidding if you feed them (hint: they like peanut butter toast crumbs and limburger cheese). They’re great to hang on a Christmas tree, hide in a stocking or carry around in your purse for company. Just be careful with your fingers – they bite.
This pattern contains two different options for your Minion’s head – with and without ears – as well as the instructions for a pointy hat, a toque, and a pair of pants for your Minion.
Minions and their clothes are knit in the round, so the only sewing is attaching appendages/clothing.
A Minion body with arms and legs requires about 10 grams of yarn. Hats and pants need 5 grams or less.
This pattern includes seven pages of instructions for knitting your Minions, complete with full-color photographic illustrations. Additional technical support is also available through e-mail consultation.
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